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lifted off before 5:00 p.m. tonight. president obama was only in town for 5 hours but he had a busy schedule. the president made three stops in san francisco. there were two private fundraisers. one at the san francisco jazz center. another at a home. but first the president gave a public speech at the betty ong recreation center. >> it was his only event opened to the public. talked about immigration reform. specifically a bill to increase boarder security and create a path to citizenship. towards the end of the speech, a man started to plead with him to make a order to halt deportations. ktvu's david stevenson was there and has more on the president's rocky reception in the bay area. >> reporter: a warm reception for president obama in china town became a confrontation with a grad student angry about policies. >> the easy way out is to yell and pretend like i can do something by violating our laws. >> reporter: this came as president obama's approval ratings have dropped. on his last visit june 6, 62% approval rating. by friday the numbers flipped. 39% approvalling of his performa
. >>> the president visit is creating a buzz because of changes he made. president obama a list of appearances set for his visit to san francisco next monday but this time around his poll numbers are at a all time low. ktvu's david stevenson looked at why the president may no longer be a hot political ticket in the bay area. >> reporter: organizers of the san francisco fundraisers say the trip appears to be a success without him not even having landed here but others are counting on had president to boost the fortunes of the party. even if he doesn't stop by she will be on the look out for president obama. >> really excited to see the president. >> reporter: they are across the street from san francisco's jazz center. the president is appearing here monday for a fundraiser. crews put up no parking signs. seats going for a thousand dollars were marked down to $500. >> great we are able to offer them to folks who want to support him. >> reporter: officials say there was a surplus of seats for the event. analysts say the president is no longer a hot ticket. >> his poll numbers are low. the polls are
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